The role of the emulsification tank is to dissolve one or more materials (water-soluble solid phase, liquid phase or colloid, etc.) in another liquid phase and hydrate it, which is called a relatively stable emulsion. It is widely used in the emulsification and mixing of raw and auxiliary materials such as edible oils, powders, sugars, etc. Some coatings and paints are also emulsified and dispersed, and they are especially suitable for some difficult-sol-like additives such as CMC and xanthan gum.